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July 12, 2014

Police Blotter

Corsicana — Corsicana Police Department

• A business was burglarized Wednesday night in the 2200 block of South Business 45.

• A home burglary was reported to have taken  place sometime between July 7 and July 10 in the 600 block of South 14th St.

• On Wednesday, a man walking in the 2800 block of West Collin reported that he was bitten and attacked by two aggressive dogs around 9:15 a.m.

• Thieves cut the lock on a gate sometime between July 5 and July 9 and stole items from a business in the 200 block of Bunert Park Road.

• Two riding lawn mowers were stolen July 6 from a business in the 3800 block of Highway 31.

• Two fishing poles were stolen from the back of a pickup July 8 while the vehicle was parked in the 200 block of East 19th Ave.

• A man reported that someone he knew well tried to run him over with a vehicle and then threatened to shoot him July 5. He reported the incident on Monday.

• Among the car burglaries in the last week, more than $1,500 worth of items were taken July 6 from a vehicle parked in the 3500 block of Corsicana Crossing.

• On July 3, a man reported to police that someone he knew had keyed his car and caused at least $500 in damage. He wanted to file charges of criminal mischief and harassment. The incident happened in the 1000 block of North 23rd Street.

• A woman’s purse was stolen from her car overnight July 3. The burglary took place while the car was parked in the 1900 block of Mimosa Drive.

• A home was burglarized sometime between June 30 and July 2 in the 800 block of South 19th Street.

• An air conditioning unit was stolen July 1 from a a building in the 1800 block of South Business 45.

• A woman reported that someone shattered the rear window of her vehicle around 5 p.m. July 4 while the car was parked in the 600 block of South 14th Street.

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